For a couple of years now I have been trying to organize a BIM model of a High Rise Concrete Structure by Pours. I wish to graphically display the pours in a slab, list in schedules the various objects by pour-slab, columns, beams. drops, etc. as well as quantities of concrete for each of these structural components by pour. First I was told that I should create phases for each pour. Then I believe I was told to create parts. Recently I was told not to create phases for pours because I wouldn't be able to schedule objects and material quantities of theses objects by pour if I created phases for pours. I know that there are other sofwares out there that do what I want to do easily but I have Revit and Autodesk advertises that it is a BIM creating product. From what I understand of BIM that means that it should work in all phases of the design, construction, and facilities management of a building. Please clarify how I am able to do what I want with Revit Structure. Thank you.
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